Food scientists profile microbes at a fermented vegetable facility

Food scientists have mapped and characterized microbial populations in a vegetable fermentation facility and report that its microbiome was distinct between production and fermentation areas and that the raw vegetables themselves — cabbages destined for sauerkraut — were the main source of fermentation-related microbes in production areas rather than handling or other environmental sources.

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